I love cats, I love cats of all cats. Big ones, small ones, ones with spots, ones with stripes, ones with a plain coat. Some of these big cats can be enjoyed in regional zoos like the National Zoo in Washington D.C. or the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. […]
What’s better than having a worldly view? Sitting above all else feeling supreme and untouchable. Of course, it takes a cat to figure out how it’s done.
Allow me to introduce you to Luke. The King of the Jungle, the master of the National Zoo. A Black Maned Lion that is a proud father of six new lion cubs at the Smithsonian National Zoo. We arrived mid morning to the Lion pen, awaiting the release […]
Time for a fuzzy wuzzy, too cute Kitten Break We’re going to play really hard and then we can take a kitten break. Need I say anymore?
Never thought I would want new cats, but this pair of beautiful four-week old Kittens have quickly changed my mind. A darling boy and girl that are nearly identical are being fostered by a friend of mine, along with their sweet mother and calico sibling, “Peter the Great” […]
I was looking forward to being able to sleep in this morning a bit. Still being a bit sleep deprived from my road trip last week, I was all snuggled in bed snoozing away. But someone else in the house had different ideas. This little ‘person’ is my […]
There’s a reason why I’m copping an attitude. You see, my little house that I set up with my mockingbird love is just near the kitchen door. Inside the nest are four little ones that need lots of food and protection. Little did we know that when we […]
It’s been raining yet again today. Add 100% humidity and the day hasn’t exactly been conducive for outdoor shooting. When I returned home this afternoon from the barn. I made my cat Tuxedo go outside for a while. He wasn’t too pleased that it was raining, and almost […]
So a photo is due for yesterday and admittedly, the one I quickly took was…bleech ! It was one of those times that the idea is sound, but the image doesn’t come out with what the eye sees. But today’s adventure more than made up for with amazing […]
There is a section in Gainesville that was once considered ‘across the railroad tracks’ where clapboard homes were built. In a variety of sizes, shapes and styles, these homes have somehow stood the test of time. In spite of high humidity and lots of rain, some of these […]